English to Samoan Meaning :: dread

Dread :
fāʻatu
- fāʻatufefefematautiamusuadreads
 

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Noun(1) fearful expectation or anticipation
Verb(1) be afraid or scared of; be frightened of
Adjective(1) causing fear or dread or terror

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(1) I made a cup of coffee instead and quietly surfed through my daily blogs until that feeling of dread and apprehension began to fade.(2) We still suggest woolen hoods for the Fourth of July picnics, but you can open a window now without fear of dread contagion.(3) My stomach was a tight knot of dread , fear and something very close to the child-like terror I used to feel for the dark.(4) Medicine had conquered the dread infectious diseases that once cut swathes through entire populations.(5) Don't even think for a minute that the Rastafarians are only in the business of making mats and broomsÔǪ you ever see a fat dread yet?(6) I would dread to think that a scene such as the one I witnessed at the age of twelve could happen in a playground now.(7) Religion then consists in obeisance to these larger forces, to overcome our fear and dread of the future.(8) Terror is an aggravated form of fear: intense fear, fright or dread .(9) I thought it was her nature, but when she got over the dread disease she had brought into the homeÔǪ her true nature came out.(10) Somehow I think that if there was a war on, this dread disease could be cured with remarkable ease.(11) However, when he arrived he had the dread symptoms of the disease.(12) However each disorder is bonded to the other disorders by the common theme of excessive, irrational fear and dread .(13) If you're ready to live like a hermit for a while, you'll probably not be unlucky enough to catch the dread disease before it becomes widely known.(14) We dread to think what the punishment for ÔÇÿbreakingÔÇÖ this law will be.(15) While the world has been saved from epidemics of dread diseases, some of today's children are being sacrificed.(16) Minorities, be they linguistic or religious, dread the assimilation as much as they fear exclusion.
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Noun
1. fear ::
fefe
2. apprehension ::
mālamalamaga
3. trepidation ::
trepidation
4. anxiety ::
fāʻatu
5. worry ::
popole
6. concern ::
popolega
7. foreboding ::
foreboding
8. disquiet ::
disquiet
9. unease ::
unease
10. angst ::
angst
11. fright ::
mataʻu
12. panic ::
fefevale
13. alarm ::
atuatuvale
14. terror ::
fefe tele
15. horror ::
maniti
16. the jitters ::
le jitters
17. the creeps ::
le creeps
18. the shivers ::
le shivers
19. the heebie-jeebies ::
le heebie-jeebies
Verb
20. fear ::
fefe
21. be afraid of ::
fefe o
22. worry about ::
popole e uiga i
23. be anxious about ::
popole e uiga i
24. have forebodings about ::
maua e uiga i popolega
25. be terrified by ::
ona fefefe e
27. shrink from ::
tuumuli mai
28. recoil from ::
recoil mai
30. flinch from ::
fefe mai
31. get cold feet about ::
maua vae malulu e uiga i
Adjective
32. awful ::
mataʻutia
33. frightful ::
taufaafefe
34. terrible ::
mataʻutia
35. horrible ::
mataʻutia
36. dreadful ::
matautia
37. feared ::
fefe
38. frightening ::
taufaafefe
39. alarming ::
atuatuvale
40. terrifying ::
fefe tele
41. dire ::
leaga
Different Forms
dread, dreaded, dreadful, dreading, dreads
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